Rescue work underway for lanslide in SW China
Xinhua | 2013-1-12 11:21:48
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 Rescuers and an excavator work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
 Rescuers and an excavator work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua


Rescuers work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
Rescuers work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua


Electricians work to provide temporary power supply at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
Electricians work to provide temporary power supply at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua
 



Electricians work to provide temporary power supply at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
Electricians work to provide temporary power supply at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua
 



Rescuers and excavators work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
Rescuers and excavators work at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January  11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua
 



 Rescuers find a victim's body at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Jan. 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)
 Rescuers find a victim's body at the mud-inundated debris after a landslide hit Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, January 11, 2013. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua
 



Photo taken on Jan. 11, 2013 shows a residential house at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. (Xinhua/Chen Haining)  
Photo taken on January 11, 2013 shows a residential house at the landslide site at Gaopo Village in Zhenxiong County, southwest China's Yunnan Province. The death toll from a landslide that hit Gaopo Village on Friday has risen to 42, after more bodies were retrieved. Two injured people have been sent to a nearby hospital, and it has been confirmed that their injuries are not life-threatening. Photo:Xinhua
  




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